As Covid cases continue to decline, borders around the world are now changing their requirements for entry from other countries like the United States. Some countries that had fully closed to foreign tourists, like Israel, Morocco, Australia, and New Zealand, have either dropped those bans or announced plans to do so.
In Europe, countries like the United Kingdom, Norway and France have relaxed or eliminated their Covid-related entry rules.. Visitors to Sweden, Denmark and England will find few remaining Covid-related restrictions, but mask rules and health pass requirements remain in force in other European nations, including France, Italy and the Netherlands.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meanwhile, continues advising Americans not to travel internationally until they are fully inoculated against Covid-19. Even then, the C.D.C. is cautioning travelers to “pay close attention to the situation at your international destination before traveling outside the United States.”
The United States also requires returning Americans to provide negative tests taken within one day of departure, a policy that supplements a system for inbound international travel unveiled in November that prohibits unvaccinated foreign nationals from entering the United States. Under that system, unvaccinated Americans may still return home, but they must commit to taking a second test three to five days after landing.
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